Psi Links to Parapsychology Labs

Dr. J. B. Rhine Dr. J. B. Rhine and his wife, Dr. Louisa E. Rhine, came to Duke University in 1927 to pursue studies of psychic phenomena with Professor William McDougall, chairman of the new Psychology Department. Within a few years, Dr. Rhine was conducting the groundbreaking research that demonstrated under rigorous, scientific conditions that certain persons could acquire information without the use of the known senses. He introduced the term "extrasensory perception" (ESP)...
PEAR Lab The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) program was established at Princeton University in 1979 by Robert G. Jahn, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, to pursue rigorous scientific study of the interaction of human consciousness with sensitive physical devices...
Koestler Parapsychology Lab The noted writer and critic Arthur Koestler and his wife Cynthia provided in their wills for the establishment of an endowed Chair of Parapsychology at a British University. The declared intention was to further objective scientific research into "...the capacity attributed to some individuals to interact with their environment by means other than the recognised sensory and motor channels.
The Global Consciousness Project New work in parapsychology is coming out of Princeton, home of the famous PEAR labs. This work uses random number generators to gather statistical evidence for a consciousness field being generated by the billions of residents of planet Earth. The random numbers seem to show statistically odd patterns at times of major events, including the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
Test Your ESP Online This is a GENUINE free online test of ESP devised by Michael Daniels PhD, Senior Lecturer in Applied Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University. The targets used for this experiment are the standard ESP Cards (sometimes called Zener Cards) as used by the parapsychologist J.B. Rhine in his classic studies of Extrasensory Perception. These show five different symbols